In the Bookshop space, artist and graphic designer Jakub Kovařík uses the personal memories of his grandfather, the well-known painter from Olomouc Slavoj Kovařík, to explore the more general theme of preserving a person in his memories. The figure of the grandfather thus becomes a means of talking about man in the space between the general and the personal, about man as a series of moments, a layered composition of perceptions and reactions that we put together when we say he. How to talk about a person we once met and talked to. What happens to the world when a person disappears? Where is the line between person and thing? Between sense perceptions and imaginings? Is death the perpetuation of the person? And why do we keep things in memory? The exhibition will place several objects side by side: author Slavoj Kovařík's works and their context (material, personal, contemporary), his portrait photography and his personal objects. These objects are things, concrete objects and at the same time compositions of events extrapolating Slavoj Kovařík between the personal and the public, between the seen and the unseen, between revelation and obscuration.